NEW YORK - Artificial intelligence (AI) is still relatively new to us and there is constant work being done to create a unified standard in the field. Specifically, regarding medical research and how AI can assist us with ground-breaking new discoveries, and how they can identify key patterns. World leaders have questioned the quick adoption of AI, and its future implications.
AI is a tool that adopts machine learning. It is a scientific process that uses computer algorithms to learn from user data, to help identify patterns, and make predictions that may be of value to the user. This is of course when AI is used in the proper way to create the desired outcome.
To take the time to slow down, properly study and report on findings to ensure accuracy is critical to the success of AI. A mere couple of years ago the United Kingdom’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson questioned the urgency toward the use of AI.1
“As new technologies seem to race towards us from the far horizon... We strain our eyes as they come, to make out whether they are for good or bad - friends or foes? AI - what will it mean?” Johnson said.
Humans need to ensure they are correctly ensuring accurate research is done to avoid a scene from a Hollywood movie from happening. That AI is a part of our everyday lives is no secret, as is the immense amount of hype surrounding its future accomplishments. It is already being used in screening programs, drug discovery, mental health support, and otherThe content herein is subject to copyright by The Yuan. All rights reserved. The content of the services is owned or licensed to The Yuan. The copying or storing of any content for anything other than personal use is expressly prohibited without prior written permission from The Yuan, or the copyright holder identified in the copyright notice contained in the content.